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Suzy is a young woman in Los Angeles who can't get comfortable in her own skin. Friendless and alone, her sense of alienation begins to stretch into the deepest corners of her life. Before long her anxiety grows into a gnawing suspicion that a true menace lies just outside her field of vision. Scrambling to take control of her life, she discovers to her horror that the harder she tries to break free of her entrapped existence, the stronger her surroundings manage to close her in. A psychological thriller about the destructive nature of paranoia, ENTRANCE shows how the simple darkness on the edges of our lives can so easily give way to the naked horror of being.

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Then her dog just isn't there after you hear someone in her house at night while she's asleep.
taramae79
Finally, the movie takes a wild left turn which you really can't see coming, unless a review has spoiled it for you.
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The shaky camera made me sick though...I just can't handle this style of filming (yes, I am a whimp).
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By TheShape31 on September 12, 2012
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You're best off going into 'Entrance' blindly, without watching any trailers or knowing too much ahead of time. This is a well-paced, expertly crafted indie movie that took me by surprise. When I watched it I wasn't even aware what kind of movie it was, and there's no better way to approach this one. This movie does not represent the status quo. Those looking for something unique, effective, and unexpected should not miss this opportunity. You can even stream it for cheap just to check it out. I highly recommend supporting these filmmakers instead of the latest mainstream big budget releases.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Krockg on September 13, 2012
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All I can say is woah! I didn't know what to think going in (a friend recommended the film), but this movie delivered. What starts as a slow character piece spirals off into creep-ville. The anxiety and anticipation bubbles over as the film draws to an end. Loved it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Camhi on May 12, 2014
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This movie was very different than most horror movies these days. The camerawork left the viewer feeling like all the scenes are real life! The movie starts slowly with the main character just living her normal life, but she and the viewer know that something's not quite right. Something is watching her. Stick with this movie and the ending will blow you away!!! Very violent climax for the gore hounds (although this movie has no gore in the beginning, any true gore fan will love the climax of the movie and will be glad they waited). And gore hounds aside, any true horror fan loves something fresh and original. This is that movie. Indie horror is just so impressive these days 😊
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By hauntfreak on March 24, 2013
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I almost wish I hadn't watched the trailer for this movie, as it gives away quite a bit of the final act of the film. A lot of people don't like "Entrance" because of its very slow pacing, but I think that works to the film's advantage. You follow Suziey throughout her routine -- and quite boring -- everyday life. A series of unsettling events occur, including a car that follows her and the mysterious disappearance of her dog. The film's slow build up delivers in the third act, when all hell breaks loose. It's quite the gut-punch and had my heart pumping. If you're looking for jump scares every 5 minutes, this film definitely isn't for you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nom de plume on August 16, 2013
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Beautifully understated. And the ending truly does the rest of the film justice. The craftsmanship was very good, I was not constantly aware that I was watching a low budget piece. The irony is that as the villain's obsession with the protagonist grows, so do we the viewers in essence stalk her. And although violence is not articulated in detail, what makes it more disturbing we voyeurs/ the audience's true understanding of its devastating impact upon the protagonist. Suffice to say, this story has been told before, but Entrance articulates it particularly well.
As a woman myself, this plot line is particularly chilling.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Slasher Studios on May 26, 2012
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"Entrance" tells the story of a 20 something woman who's mundane existance in the big city has gotten the best of her. Suziey, played by the talented Suziey Block, wakes up each day to make coffee and feed her dog. The monotony of her day-to-day responsibilities are abrutly broken up by a nuumber of strange occurrences. She finds herself being followed, her beloved dog goes missing and strange noises stalk her at home.

Suziey Block is terrific job in a demanding role. Her acting skills are by far the best in the film and exceed most of the acting I've seen recently around the festival circuit. Make note of her name because you will be seeing much more of her in the future. There isn't a ton of dialogue within the film, so I look forward to her in another role. She has a great look and fine screen presence. The supporting cast was descent and did the job. No one really stood out too much, but to be fair, Block was given the majority of the screen time.

The killer, who we find out is a someone from our final girl's past, lacked a bit of the exuberance that I was looking for. The killers speech to Suziey, as she lays bloody and beaten on the floor, was believable and heartfelt. Thus, I feel as she tried to escape, the masked intruder would have had more passion and drive to catch her. I would have loved to see this axe wielding maniac lose the Michael Meyers walk and break out the Leatherface sprint! The mask was fun and creepy and the blood from the victims was very realistic. The deaths were offscreen but the aftermath was worth every penny. The is a nice effect as an axe is slammed into a woman stuck in a doggy door. The axe goes down and the blood comes up. It was nicely done and you will know it when you see it.
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Critic Devin Faraci referred to this as "the worst kind of mumblegore tedium." Mumblegore is a subgenre of horror that uses the aesthetics of mumblecore, an indie film movement that mainly consists of handheld camera, natural lighting, nonprofessional actors, and stories that focus heavily on the ennui of twenty-somethings. While the first several items sound like elements that gave us such important movements as Italian Neo-Realism and French New Wave, that last bit wrecks it. The Italians and the French were dealing with a lot of post-WWII anxiety whereas the subjects of mumblecore films are pretty much just entitled whiners. So now imagine an entire movie like that, only the last fifteen/twenty minutes turns into half-arsed slasher flick, and you have Entrance.

A woman named Suziey—who couldn't decide between Suzie or Suzy, so she chose both—works as a barista in Los Angeles and has apparently had her dreams of movie stardom crushed. (Am I making that last part up? I honestly can't remember if they revealed her reason for moving to LA in the first place.) After her dog mysteriously disappears overnight from inside her home, she decides to move back home. This may sound like an inciting incident that would occur about twenty minutes in, but it actually takes about fifty minutes to an hour for this to happen.

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Her roommate decides to throw her a going away party, and at this point, a mysterious mask-wearing man begins killing off Suziey's friends one by one after telling her that he's been watching her from afar and wants her to himself.
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